After posting some opps and memes from my other blogs, I have decided to make a new badge for my two newly born blogs. I went to my Photobucket account, and I tried if I could do a badge alone. Honestly, I had so many trial and errors before I made the right one. I was planning to advertise this blog from Adgitize, or I will join Entrecard, so I could get visitors easily, that is why I was trying my best to make a badge on this blog. What do you think of my little creation? Is it nice? Any reaction is acceptable either bad or good.
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Anyhow, this picture was taken last year at People’s Park here in Davao. I actually asked somebody to take photos on me because I was alone at that time. I went inside the park just to wander the park looking for nothing lol. Below the bridge is the dancing light at night, but I never had a chance to see it for I’ve never been there in the evening. Thanks for visiting my blog and have a great day/night to all of you.
On Black Saturday morning, my cousin called, and she invited me to go to their place because she was planning to cook a “biko” but she wanted to cook the way I cooked my biko. Since I had nothing to do in our home last Saturday, Janjan and I went there in the afternoon. The weather was good when we left here in our home. There were no traces or signs that it will rain later of the day. We were lucky because we were already at the house when the rain poured. It was heavy rains with loud thunder and lightning. I thought we couldn’t go home because it was already 7 o’clock in the evening and the rains still pouring.
Well, luckily, the rain had stopped around 8 o’clock, so I told Janjan that we need to go home before it will rain again. Along the way, I felt so cold because I was wearing sleeveless top. We took a jeepney ride and not a taxi which is why my pants was wet when we got home. I didn’t notice that the jeepney’s seat was wet. Anyway, even if we got wet, I was happy to see my little nephew and niece then. They are my little angels. If only my aunt is still alive, she will be happy to see her grandchildren. The aunt that I have mentioned here is the aunt that I was talking at my Nostalgic Thursday entry from my other blog.
It’s Monday again, so here’s my entry for today. This is one of the malls here in our place and the nearest where I live right now. I love this place because the grocery is big and the air-conditioner is so cold. Just outside the grocery area are the mini food station where you can sit and eat after you shopped.
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LENTEn reminds us that our life and material possessions are just LENT to us. We are all passers by-pilgrims on the road. We bring nothing when we die, but leave behind the LOVE we have shared, the HOPE we have given, and the GOODNESS we have done.
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I am joining Blue Monday Meme hosted by Smiling Sally, and this is my first entry on this blog. This was taken last year in Vasteras City, Sweden. The building on the right side is the migration building and at the back of my son is a hotel. It was the beginning of spring time but the wind was cold, which is why Janjan was still wearing long sleeves.
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This is one of the native products here in Davao. If you love bags, hats, belt, men and ladies accessories that are made of native products, you can find these things at the malls in Davao. Actually, there was an exhibit inside the mall when I took these pictures. They were making bags, hats, wallets and belt that are made of abaca trees. I was amazed how these people can make these things so quick. Their hands were fast, and they had fun while doing it. They just kept on talking, laughing while the spectators were watching them. It seems like making those things are easy, but actually it is not. This bag cost depends on the size. The cheapest costs around 300.00 to 500.00 pesos only. Belts were 100.00 to 200.00. Hats were 200.00-300.00. I had fun walking around the exhibit area, and I am sure there will be another exhibit before the year ends.
Another week has been ended. During school days, students as well as the mothers couldn’t wait for Fridays for it is the last day of the week in school. Just like me, since I have a student, when Friday comes, I would be happy for I don’t need to wake up early the next day. Anyway, I just wish that tomorrow will be another bright sunny day for us here.
I was at my cousin’s place a few weeks ago, and this is the way going to their house. While I was inside the tricycle, I had a chance to take photos of this volcano because I was sitting in front. In the morning, the volcano is so clear and beautiful while at night, there were times that you can notice a fire to the mouth of the volcano. Anyway, this is my first entry for Outdoor Wednesday meme. I wish I could join this meme every Wednesday.